Urban Exploration: St. Louis Doughnut Crawl 2
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Inspired by our fellow staff members, it was decided to revisit the St. Louis Doughnut Crawl, visiting some old, and some new places where one could find the glazed treat…sometimes straying from what one might recognize as the classic doughnut. … Read More

A Talk with Fauxgerty
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Sustainable fashion creates an opportunity for consumers to bring environmental consciousness into our lives as we consider what we put on our bodies each and every day. These standards of living are what inspired Chrissy Fogerty to create her own … Read More

Urban Exploration: Bowood Farms
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Ranging from succulents to festive garland and anything in between, Bowood Farms has everything you could possibly desire. Located on Olive Street in the Central West End, the exterior of the weathered, brick warehouse gives no indication of the lively … Read More

Urban Exploration: St. Louis Doughnut Crawl
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The WashU bubble is real, but what better way to challenge that gravitational pull towards Danforth campus than to explore St. Louis through doughnuts? Yes, doughnuts. Not the BD brunch pastries you know and love, but mouthwatering, freshly-made doughnuts. The … Read More

Avalon Exchange: An Expose
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Photos by Eric Li Modeling by Kuu Chen We have all walked past the window front on the Delmar Loop, displaying funky ensembles of clothing and have wondered what exactly goes on behind the glass. Eric Li, Kuu Chen, and … Read More

The Jewel Box
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One can’t help but stand in awe of the Jewel Box: its 50 feet high glass panels will make your neck stretch upwards in an attempt to absorb the entirety of the building. It isn’t hard to believe that after the $3.5-million-dollar … Read More

Explore the 314: Traverse City
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Since I was not in the St. Louis this past week, I haven’t had a chance to explore the 314. However, I spent some time in Traverse City, Michigan over break and wanted to share some pictures from there. Traverse … Read More

Wash Ave. & the Revival of STL Style
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Photography by Max Ahlborn Despite its Midwestern location, St. Louis and style are not a new pairing. At the end of World War II, St. Louis’ very own Washington Avenue was second to only New York in regards to shoes, clothing … Read More

Explore the 314: St. Louis Bus Tour
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This past week I went on a bus tour with one of my classes to a couple communities in Northern St. Louis. During the trip, we learned about how various racial and socioeconomic divides have arisen throughout St. Louis and … Read More

Cherokee Street’s Best Sustainable Treats
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On the corner of a seemingly deserted block of Cherokee street lies the cutest bakery in all of St. Louis, Whisk: A Sustainable Bakeshop. Set against a demure red brick building, the electric blue door and windows of the storefront … Read More

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